EAA Honorary Members

The EAA Statutes (article XI.3) stipulate that Honorary membership can be awarded to institutions, organisations, and/or individuals who provide substantial support to the Association. EAA  Honorary membership is awarded by unanimous decision of the EAA Executive Board. Individual members of the Association are entitled at all times to make nominations for the award to the President of the EAA, but negative decisions shall remain confidential. Honorary members shall receive a diploma (presented to the recipient at the Opening Ceremony of an EAA Annual Meeting) and will receive the benefits of full EAA membership.


2022: Erzsébet Jerem, Hungary
2019: Marc Lodewijckx, Belgium and Robin Skeates, United Kingdom
2013: John Collis, United Kingdom
2008: Predrag Novakovic, Slovenia
2005: Andrew Leszczewicz, Canada
2004: Oivind Lunde, Norway
2003: Willem Willems, Netherlands
2002: John Chapman and Henry Cleere, United Kingdom
1998: Harald Hermansen, Norway and Marianne Treble, United Kingdom